Dear Daddy, I miss you
Dear daughters with a daddy in heaven on Father's Day,
I know today is hard for you. Maybe you are spending this Fathers Day without your daddy for the very first time. Maybe you would much rather skip over this day altogether. Losing a daddy comes in so many different forms. At some point the mourning was just too difficult. Every year Fathers Day gives that stinger reminder of how painful it really is to not have a daddy to spend it with. The pain is enough to make you want to skip this holiday altogether.
If your daddy is in heaven....I want you to know that he is having the absolute best time with Jesus right now. He is beyond proud of you. There is nothing he wants more than to see his sweet girl celebrate today. He wants you to have a heart at peace. He wants you to reminisce on all the good he poured into you. He is smiling down at you right now. He knows how much you love him and miss him. He now has the opportunity to be with you in every thing you do. He is all around you. He is behind every smile in your children's faces. He can be felt in every hug your momma gives you. He is one prayer away from being right by your side.
Being away from your father or losing him forever may cause you to feel empty and incomplete. The sadness that fills your heart is something you’ll have to deal with for the rest of your life. Missing someone and knowing you may never see them again is such a painful truth. Mourning is natural.. mourning is necessary... but this Fathers Day our Heavenly Father doesn't want us to stay in that sad place. God wants us to know that even though our earthly fathers are no longer with us, we still have our Heavenly Father with us. In fact, God has always been with us and will continue to be with us forever. If you're missing your dad this Father's Day, why not reach out to your heavenly Father. He's waiting for you. On this extra hard day take a time out to talk to your Fathers.
I will be a Father to you, And you shall be My sons and daughters, says the Lord Almighty." 2 Corinthians 6:18